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Selecting That First Bow
by Terry Sedivec

Times have sure changed from when I first started bow hunting. The equipment is better and the knowledge exchange is much better. There are so many ways now through social media that allows hunters instant information on what’s working and what’s not.  Still today I prefer to test theories out myself only because equipment may work better for one person, but differently for others.

My 11-year-old son, has had great exposure to the outdoors that recently he has truly come to appreciate.  Although he’s taken several does with…
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SPIKES:  DOES THE LATEST RESEARCH ON WILD DEER FINALLY ENDS THE DEBATE? - PART III
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Part I and II of this series, I defined what a spike buck was and explained the background of the debate.  I also…

The Nuts and Bolts oF Food-Source Managament
by David Morris

Simple is always best. And as we look at the nuts and bolts of food-source management, I hope and believe that you’ll think the…



Herd Management
by David Morris

One on the first and foremost goals of deer management is to restore out-of-whack herds to proper balance. There are several keys to doing this,…

Why Management?
by David Morris

Hi, I’m David Morris. Are you tired of seeing mostly does and only the occasional buck … and then, he’s a little fellow? Are you…



Ground Blind Magic
by Duncan Dobie

There’s something magical about hunting whitetails on the ground. I’ve always enjoyed still-hunting and hunting out of ground blinds – either makeshift brush blinds or…



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Protecting Your Investments Of Food Plots

Customarily food plots were only planted in the fall and winter months for attracting and holding deer in an area. It is now becoming a popular practice throughout the United States to plant summer food plots for deer.

The size of these plots range from pipelines to literally hundreds of acres.

Warm season food plots are planted for the most part with high protein legumes such as lablab, cowpeas, clovers and numerous other varieties.


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